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The Arkansas Public Service Commission is heralding Entergy Arkansas' plan to leave the multi-state agreement in which it has operated for decades.
Chevron Corp. failed to maintain equipment at a California refinery and has not responded adequately to multiple airborne chemical releases, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday.
The Nebraska nuclear plant that has been idle for nearly three years because of flooding and a series of safety concerns was cleared to restart on Tuesday.
The developer of a planned 14- to 16-story high-rise in downtown Oklahoma City said Tuesday that OGE Energy Corp., the parent company of Oklahoma Gas & Electric, will be the anchor tenant of the tower that will replace a theater complex known as Stage Center.
Patriot Coal Corp. says it is finalizing its financing and will emerge Wednesday from bankruptcy now that a federal bankruptcy court has approved its reorganization plan.
When the federal government issued new air quality guidelines in 2010 to protect the elderly, children and people with asthma from nitrogen oxide emissions, Florida Power & Light took notice.
A legislator's fight to halt plans that would allow Northeast Utilities to consolidate services and outsource hundreds of Information Technology jobs has reached a new stage.
The Washington Post reports NRG Energy is seeking federal permission to deactivate the coal units at facilities in Dickerson in Montgomery County and at Chalk Point in Prince George's County in 2017.
Pembina Pipeline Corp. says it has reached binding agreements with 30 customers for a proposed $2-billion expansion to the company's pipeline system in western Canada.
Houston-based Harvest Natural is selling all of its interests in the South American country through an agreement with Petroandina Resources Corp. NV and Pluspetrol Resources Corp. BV.
When Gloria Adams signed a contract to install a rooftop solar power system on her Oahu home in late August, she looked forward to lower electric bills and a return on her investment in the years ahead.
Poland's oil and gas group PGNiG says it has signed a memorandum of cooperation with Chevron to explore for shale gas in the southeast of the country.
Speculators got the most bullish on commodities since October, buying more gold, cotton and soybeans, before prices fell the most in six weeks on signs of surplus supply.
There are dozens of solid energy companies profiting from America's energy boom.
Nevada regulators are scheduled to vote on the sale of NV Energy to a company owned by billionaire Warren Buffett.
A court ruling that holds Kerr-McGee Corp liable for billions of dollars in environmental cleanup costs brought to a close a months-long trial over its spinoff of Tronox Inc, a paint materials maker that later went bankrupt.